Kids With No Adult Worries Totally Worried About ‘Climate Change’ (scam)

When you do not have to worry about real things, such as a job to put food on the table, clothes on your back, and a roof over your head, you have time to be concerned with fake things

Australian teens more worried about climate change than adults

While climate change has always been a problem during Ishan Ahmed’s lifetime, he said he’s worried about it having the potential to become more extreme.

“Climate change will get worse in future generations because I do think that humans have caused this by cutting down trees,” the year 7 student at St Mary MacKillop College said.

“Climate change it isn’t affecting us hugely right now, but it’s going to get bigger and get worse and we have to start thinking how we can do the little things to help.” (snip)

A recent study conducted by a team at the Australian National University found 12 and 13 year olds were more concerned about the threat of climate change than adults.

The team surveyed more than 460 year 7 students in both and Australia and Austria, with students in Vienna, Sydney and Canberra taking part in the study.

The results showed more than 86 per cent of students surveyed agreed that climate change was something they should be worried about.

Let them graduate and have to be adults, see how they feel. They may “care”, but it will be kinda like how people care about minor things. They mouth a few platitudes, drop a few tweets, then jump in their fossil fueled vehicles to go work at building powered by fossil fuels and nuclear, eating food transported by fossil fueled vehicles, and worry about where they’ll go on a vacation, going on fossil fueled planes.

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4 Responses to “Kids With No Adult Worries Totally Worried About ‘Climate Change’ (scam)”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Even though you’re not 65, do you ever worry about the solvency of Medicare or Social Security?

    Even though the national debt is not now harming the economy, are you worried about it in the future?

    Kids, grandkids and great-grandkids will bear the brunt of global warming.

  2. Professor Hale says:

    Kids worry about what their teachers hammer into their heads 5 days a week for 12 years. Shocking.

    Kids in my generation worried about nukes. All those duck and cover drills did not instill confidence in the system.

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